We flew to Seattle on a Saturday, leaving Pittsburgh on a 7:30 am flight and arriving in Seattle around 1 pm Pacific time (after a 2 hour stop in Denver). After getting the rental car, stopping at a Costco for bottled water, and navigating our way into the city and our hotel, we decided to simply walk around Pike Place Market before our dinner reservation. We were feeling a little tired and a lot hungry (I ate the worst & most expensive bagel ever in Denver - that place should be embarrassed to even sell that "bagel" and the bagel police should arrest them for crimes against bagels). Our dinner destination: Radiator Whiskey in the Corner Market Building at Pike Place Market.
We both really liked Radiator Whiskey. It's a boisterous yet relaxing, casual environment, with great service & tasty food. If we hadn't been tired form getting up so early and traveling, it would have been nice to linger and have another drink. It's a 21+ only place and I'd suggest reservations if you plan to dine there on a weekend.